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Sweet Pineapple Sauté

HolidayKitchen's picture
  Pineapple 1 , peel core and cut into wedges
  Butter 1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)
  Sugar 1 Cup (16 tbs)
  Heavy cream 1⁄4 Cup (4 tbs)

1. In a heavy skillet melt butter and add in the sugar.
2. Add in the pineapple wedges to the syrup and brown on each side for two minutes and remove. Set aside in a plate.
3. To make the sauce, add in the heavy cream to the same pan and blend with the syrup.

4. Pour the sweet sauce over the pineapple and serve.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Vegetarian, Low Cholesterol
Preparation Time: 
10 Minutes
Cook Time: 
10 Minutes
Ready In: 
20 Minutes
All of you sweet toothers, here is something too good for your taste buds. Sweet pineapple sauté is going to offer you an exotic exuberance of flavor. In this video, chef delicately prepares the dish, so follow her to learn and reproduce.

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aparna.priya's picture
A very innovative idea of having fruits in our diet. But, doesn't it contain lots of fat?
veg.foodie's picture
who cares...once in a while, I can dig in....absolutely lovely! I never tried cooking fruits before...but this changes my mind. I'm almost drooling over the screen right now :) these pineapples will be perfect with a spicy and hot dish! gonna try soon
healthyeating's picture
never thought of cooking fruits...but, this video has completely changed my mind. I agree with veg foodie...who cares about fat and other things when such a delicious recipe is in front of us...:))
shantihhh's picture
Grilled fruit is also wonderful. Sprinkle wih a touch of sugar to caramalize and place on grill. Grilled nectarines and figs are yummy as well.
Prezi's picture
I have never tried Fruit Sautes of any kind, but yes, i have tried baking and grilling them, coz i love the smoky effect! This pineapple saute seems to be good and easy, i will try this out, May be I will serve it with a sprinkle of ground pepper - i love the blend of sweet and spicy and so gottta give that a try! Also, looking forward to more recipes from you! Keep posting :)
aparna.priya's picture
yummy dessert! i tried it last sunday and it was amazing. it's better than the raw fruit. thanks HolidayKitchen for introducing us to this delicious recipe...:))
foodpsychologist's picture
Thanks for this Sweet Pineapple Saute ! Cooking the vegetables and using the correct enhancers do boost up the taste of the desserts. Moreover, i think some people have difficulty in digesting raw fruits. They complain of acidity etc. Cooking removes that sharpness. With a smaller serving of cream and butter this can be given to young children and the elderly.
foodwithme's picture
I have tried the same with mangoes, you know those which are not ripe and give out that slightly bitter taste! :) Oh that was just as awesome as this one. I added sugar and a lil bit of chili and pepper too .. do try it out as this can be an interesting variation! Happy cooking.